Search results for 'Living Faithfully'

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Economic justice

Quaker Living Wage Campaign

Updated 5 November 2018

Quakers are inspired by faith to build a more equal world. Since 2014 Quakers have been campaigning on the Living Wage as part of our testimony to equality.

Quaker Living Wage Campaign

Sustainability

Living sustainably

Updated 21 May 2019

Quakers are called to consider the effect of their lives on the world's limited resources, and to work together to build low-carbon, sustainable communities.

Living sustainably

Quaker groups

Living Witness Project

Updated 29 October 2018

Living Witness supports Quakers in developing their sustainability witness. Their range of resources include regular newsletters, policy briefings and guides for study groups and for personal and collective action. They hold regular national gatherings and summer schools. They can offer advice, talks and facilitate events for Quaker meetings.

Our stories

Led to action on the Living Wage

Updated 8 January 2016

In November 2014 I attended the Quaker conference 'Food banks are not enough' at Bull Street Meeting House. I left feeling led to take some action on the Living Wage.

Led to action on the Living Wage

Our stories

Celebrating sustainable living in the Peak District

Updated 22 February 2016

After 18 months of dedicated hard work by a team from Bakewell Quaker Meeting (and a few invited others) the Bakewell Green Festival finally happened. The sun shone, the participants brought their demonstrations, talks, poetry, music, dance, goods for sale, activities, animals and good humour.

All meetings

Yearly Meeting 2015

Updated 2 December 2016

Yearly Meeting 2015

Quaker roles

Records custodians and librarians

Updated 7 March 2019

Quakers have kept records faithfully since the very beginning of the Society. A meeting's library can be an excellent resource for those wishing to find out more about Quakerism or keep abreast of our faith and practice.

Records custodians and librarians

Economic justice

Economic inequality

Updated 21 May 2019

Britain is one of the most unequal societies in the industrialised world. Here is what Quakers are doing to change that.

Grant-making

Hope Grants

Updated 21 June 2019

Hope Grants are small grants to improve the quality of life of Quaker members and attenders who are unemployed or unable to make a living wage.

Hope

Quaker groups

The Retreat York Benevolent Fund

Updated 26 October 2018

Provides grants to people (Quakers attenders or those associated with Quakers) who can't afford the fees to access care at The Retreat York or other psychiatric hospitals in the UK. Also assists in the provision of hospital treatment or home nursing in the home of any Friend, wherever they are living, either for mental or physical illness. Funds projects which advance good mental health and the application and understanding of effective mental health practice.

The Retreat York Benevolent Fund